Among the bills that died or survived last week's Appropriations committee hearings were two key bills for people who walk, bike, or take transit.
“Putting a [transit-oriented development] next to an active rail yard has never worked successfully," says Connecticut's transportation commissioner. Yes, that's what he said.
CA legislature is being played by scooter companies (CityLab) Uber and Lyft should just share the damn data already (TransitCenter) May is Bike Month, er, Bike Safety Month, so heads up! Police departments all over the state are writing tickets this week (TPGonline) New pedestrian bridge over Highway 101 opens in East Palo Alto (CBS) […]
Anti-density/NIMBY politician maneuvers to put transit housing bill on ice
Making transit more family friendly is not just the right thing to do, it helps people reduce car trips throughout their life.
Bike to Work Day is one way to highlight some of the progress Modesto is making on its bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, and to encourage people to take advantage of it.